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  • Out Now: 'Desktop Dungeons', 'One More Dash', 'Sproggiwood', 'In Churning Seas', 'BreachTD',…

    27 May 2015, 11:15 pm by: Jared Nelson

    Welcome to another week and another huge batch of new iOS games. This has turned out to be a surprisingly great week, especially if you're into that whole "roguelike" thing that's so hot right now. Desktop Dungeons has been a huge hit on PC and now, despite…
  • 'Mortal Kombat X' Updated with Raiden Challenge Mode, Kung Lao Characters, and Bug Fixes

    27 May 2015, 8:28 pm by: Jared Nelson

    During the first week of April, Mortal Kombat X [Free] made its official mobile debut just ahead of its console and PC sibling's launch the following week. As expected, Mortal Kombat X on mobile was quite similar to Injustice [Free] or WWE Immortals [Free] in…
  • 'Rymdkapsel' Getting New Content in Update Next Week

    27 May 2015, 7:30 pm by: Carter Dotson

    Fans of Rymdkapsel [$3.99], the time-management game about building a base in space, trying to survive against alien invaders, are going to be excited to learn that a big update is coming to the game next week, June 4th. This update brings two new modes to the…
  • Foursaken Media's 'Block Fortress' Gets Updated with a Ton of New Stuff

    27 May 2015, 7:00 pm by: Carter Dotson

    Foursaken Media just finished Heroes and Castles 2 [$1.99], but they've already went and updated one of their earlier games, Block Fortress [$1.99], with new content. The big new mode? A PvP arena mode, where you can fight in up to four-player battles on…
  • 'Grim Fandango Remastered' Review - Dust off the Bones Before you Roll Em

    27 May 2015, 6:30 pm by: Andrew Fretz

    It's not every day you get to say that a Tim Schafer/Double Fine creation just released, but today we can celebrate the iOS port of Grim Fandango Remastered[$9.99]. This is a game that for so many of us requires no introduction whatsoever. The stars have…
  • 'Ball King' Review - Shockingly Enthralling Hoop Shooting

    27 May 2015, 5:45 pm by: Andrew Koziara

    Physics has always been a staple of the App Store. Slingshot Physics, Ragdoll Physics, Skateboard and BMX physics, and so on. Playing a game with finely tuned, consistent physics just feels so right. I don't know why these games are always so popular, but man,…
  • Sign up for the Beta for 'Angel Stone' from Fincon

    27 May 2015, 5:15 pm by: Carter Dotson

    Fincon, publishers of Hello Hero [Free] and of the upcoming Angel Stone, are launching a closed beta for that game, and they want our readers to participate. You can sign up for the beta at the official Angel Stone site, with promises that they won't do…
  • 'RPG Alphadia Genesis 2' Review - Don't Stop Til You Get Enah

    27 May 2015, 5:00 pm by: Shaun Musgrave

    The Alphadia series represents something of an oddity in prolific RPG publisher Kemco's line-up. For all of the iOS games they put out, roughly one per month for the last few years, there's only one sequel in the bunch that isn't part of the Alphadia series.…
  • Game Oven Cites Half Baked Time Management as Primary Reason the Studio is Now Toast

    27 May 2015, 4:45 pm by: Andrew Fretz

    The developers of Fingle[$1.99 (HD)], Bam Fu[Free], and Jelly Reef[$1.99] are hanging up their chef hats. In a recent announcement Game Oven has given a painstakingly precise breakdown of the ins and outs of their business and why things have not worked out to…
  • Goofy Space Simulator 'Cosmonautica' Launches on Mobile in June

    27 May 2015, 4:30 pm by: Carter Dotson

    Indie developer Chasing Carrots has had their game Cosmonautica in development for a while now, with the game being out in Early Access on Steam since last September. This space simulation is finally nearing completion, and with it will come a mobile release.…
  • 'Tofu Hunter' Review - Tofu Isn't This Bland

    27 May 2015, 4:15 pm by: Chris Carter

    Sometimes a parody can be just as shallow as the very thing it attempts to lampoon. Take Tofu Hunter [Free]. It makes every attempt to poke fun at games like Deer Hunter, subbing out living pieces of bean curd for real live woodland creatures. Just like a bad…
  • Retro-Style iPad RPG 'Dungeons Of Chaos' Gets A Big Update

    27 May 2015, 3:30 pm by: Shaun Musgrave

    If you're into classic computer RPGs like the Ultima series, then 2015 has been pretty kind to you. One of the handful of interesting retro-style RPGs that popped up earlier this year, Dungeons Of Chaos [$1.99 (HD)] offers a decidedly vintage non-linear feel…
  • Native Apple Watch SDK to Be Previewed at WWDC, Better Apple Watch Games Coming Soon?

    27 May 2015, 3:00 pm by: Eli Hodapp

    If you've been following my Apple Watch review series so far (Week 1, Week 2), one of the criticisms I've had is a serious lack of apps that do anything useful and games that are, to put it kindly, worth playing beyond the first session. Things feel so lame…
  • 'Crazy Kings' Review - Join the Epic Struggle Between Valiant Ball Warriors and Ferocious Ball…

    27 May 2015, 2:45 pm by: Mallary Thompson

    Crazy Kings [Free] is a creatively cartoon-y tower defense adventure which documents one hero’s valiant attempt to rally troops and save the world from the siege of the titular raving royals. Along the way, players will reinforce battlefields ranging from…
  • 'Starseed' Hands-On Preview: a Shoot 'em Up with Great Potential

    27 May 2015, 2:00 pm by: Carter Dotson

    Starseed was a game that immediately captivated once the first glimpses of footage at it were revealed. It's a shoot 'em up with an intersting style that uses depth in limited ways, with conscious layering. The question was how would the game play? I got my…
  • 'Earthcore: Shattered Elements' Review - A Great and Innovative CCG

    27 May 2015, 1:15 pm by: Tasos Lazarides

    When I previewed Tequila Games' Earthcore: Shattered Elements [Free] a bit over a month ago, I talked about how I enjoyed the developers' attempt at making a CCG that moved in a different design direction than the likes of Magic the Gathering and Hearthstone.…
  • 'Candy Crush Soda Saga' Level Guide - Tips To Beat Levels 41 Through 60

    27 May 2015, 12:45 pm by: Shaun Musgrave

    Hey friends, I'm back again with another installment in my level-by-level guide for Candy Crush Soda Saga [Free]. As usual, I want to get a disclaimer out of the way: these aren't bulletproof strategies for winning every time. Sometimes, Candy Crush Soda Saga…
  • 'The Last Warlock' Review - A Strife Less Ordinary

    27 May 2015, 12:00 pm by: Shaun Musgrave

    Like every genre, turn-based strategy RPGs have a certain common grammar to them. Most decent ones will bring their own ideas to the table, but the core gameplay rarely ventures outside of the well-established rules of the genre. Likely owing to its roots in…
  • 'Minecraft: Pocket Edition' 0.11 Update Releasing Soon, Game will Add Skin IAPs

    27 May 2015, 10:52 am by: Tasos Lazarides

    After a very long testing period over on the Android part of the mobile world, Mojang has just announced that it's finally submitting the 0.11 Update for Minecraft PE [$6.99] to Apple this week. If everything goes as it usually does when Mojang sends updates…
  • New iPhone Games Coming Tonight: 'Desktop Dungeons', 'The Branch', 'Up You Go' and More

    27 May 2015, 9:53 am by: Eli Hodapp

    This is a bit of a weird release week (When is it not, though?) in that there's a load of big-name games coming out... which haven't actually hit any of the international App Stores yet. We typically only post games which have active forum threads, which…

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